Close Brothers Asset Management has hired Andrew Hess from Rathbones as managing director to the HNW team, working in the recently launched Close office in the West End of London.
Former chief executive of Barclays Savings, Investments and Wealth Management Dena Brumpton, has joined the board of global recruitment firm Leathwaite as a non-executive director.
Editor at large Ian Orton examined how 2019 should be a better year for Credit Suisse.
Brown Shipley has appointed Lee Ramsden as a new client director in its Manchester office.
The wealth management sector reacted to the Government’s historic defeat in the Brexit vote.
Arne Hassel, chief investment officer (CIO) for Barclays Investment Solutions, has been reassigned and a successor appointed.
The chief executive of wealth manager Kingswood Holdings Limited (KW Wealth), Marianne Ismail, will leave the firm with immediate effect to pursue other interests. Executive deputy chairman Gary Wilder will assume her role.
Santander is going against the march toward digital interaction, as it opens a London "lounge" for its private banking clients today.
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